Backbone Radio with Matt Dunn - Mar 8, 2015 - hr2

March 8, 2015
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Live interview with Jennifer Kerns, Beltway Correspondent. Review of the race between Ryan Call and Steve House for Chair of the Colorado Republican Party. Further discussion of the burgeoning Hillary Clinton hidden email scandal. Also, the Justice Department prepares to indict Democrat Senator Bob Menendez for corruption. Plus, a review of race relations in America under President Obama in the context of Selma's 50th. With music and listener calls.

Backbone Radio with Matt Dunn - Mar 8, 2015-Hr1

March 8, 2015
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Scandal erupts over Hillary Clinton's private email server. How significant might this be? Jeb Bush doubles down on his open borders position, while the GOP buckles in a failed attempt to stand up to Obama's executive amnesty. Also, is Netanyahu Churchillian? Plus a live interview with Austin Porzak, a professional skier who last week became the first to ski down the First Flatiron above Boulder, Colorado. A very dangerous but very successful adventure. Plus music and listener calls.

Backbone Radio with Matt Dunn - Mar 1, 2015 - Hr 3

March 1, 2015
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Interview with Jennifer Kerns, Beltway Correspondent. Further review of the CPAC event. Who is up, who is down. Is there a foreign policy consensus in the GOP? Does the CPAC Straw Poll offer any clues? Nigel Farage of UKIP in England addresses CPAC and offers advice to the Republican Party. Farage criticizes excessive interventionism abroad, while outlining his populist platform that has taken England by storm. Also, vignettes on Pablo Picasso. With music and listener calls.

Backbone Radio with Matt Dunn - Mar 1, 2015 - Hr 2

March 1, 2015
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Interview with William Voegeli, author of "The Pity Party: A Mean-Spirited Diatribe Against Liberal Compassion." A frank discussion of kindness and caring in American politics. Do liberals care more about "showing that they care" than actually helping people? How can conservatives compete with the politics of Santa Claus? How big must the American welfare state become in order to satisfy progressives?

Backbone Radio with Matt Dunn - Mar 1, 2015 - Hr 1

March 1, 2015
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Assessing this week's CPAC event in Washington, D.C. Rand Paul wins the straw poll, Scott Walker comes in second. A review of Jeb Bush's awkward performance, which earned plentiful "boos" from the audience. Meanwhile, the wait continues for this program's very first "Pro-Jeb" caller. Also, Walker now claims to be opposed to amnesty for illegal immigrants. Plus, a memorial discussion on the passing of "Spock" -- Leonard Nimoy of Star Trek -- with music and listener calls.